Category: Why You Must Blog & Travel

  • Travel to Mae Hong Son, Northern Thailand

    Sometimes it’s good to take your mind off blogging and travel to uncharted places and unfamiliar countries. As a gateway to the settlements of Karen, Lisu and Black Lahu ethnic minorities, Mae Hong Son is tucked into a tiny valley in Thailand’s far north, surrounded by steep-sloped and jungle-clad mountains. In the late 1980s, the […]

  • Doi Tung Royal Project – hidden gem of Northern Thailand

    Intro Established in 1988 in the Golden Triangle, the Project tackles poverty and lack of opportunity at the source of the issue, transforming an opium producing region into a reforested one. Opium addict rehabilitation, healthcare and education, and alternative livelihood creation were all part of this project’s scope, which helped more than 10,000 individuals from […]

  • Know Your Ideal Client from Tour Companies

    The first thing that came to my mind was to tell her to come up with an evacuation plan. Then I heard the reaction…. “What? You expect me to worry about how I’ll leave my company while I’m just getting started? I’ll be old by the time it happens, which will be in around 40 […]

  • The cycle of life and travel is cyclical.

    At some point in the distant past, there were two business partners who worked together. They put through long hours, day in and day out, over a period of two decades. They thought that since they had worked so hard, they would be able to achieve their goals. For a while, they were, but as […]

  • Curation of content and the relationship between the right and left brains

    We’ve been taught that the left brain’s purpose is to calculate, criticize, and evaluate. Order, precision, and regularity are some of the virtues that we value most. These phrases don’t do anything to inspire the artist. The right brain, while being located in the same approximate area as the left, is distinct. Time does not […]